by Brendan Phoenix
Reviewed by Vinny Mainolfi
I remember this game back in the day: my friends use
to rave about it and spend most of their free play time
trying to get the highest score. As for me, I hated the
game and couldn't see the point of it. With it's fiddly
controls and annoying perspective, it certainly wasn't
the game for me and so I put it to one side to gather
Twenty-odd years later,
Brendan Phoenix reveals the final moments to the game...
Version 1 ending.
Version 2 ending.
HOW WAS IT COMPLETED?:
There are no trainers available, but the games were easy
to complete - did both in about 25 mins.
SO WHAT HAPPENS?:
The 1983 version appears to be the cassette release and
has only 2 levels - which are the first and last in the
arcade original and very poor washed out graphics - this
does not really have an end - a little ditty and back to
level 1. The other version has a ditty and then the